Kentucky Fighting Challenge #48 - This Saturday in Lexington, KY

Jimmy Mc will host Kentucky Fighting Challenge # 48 this Saturday, March 7, in Lexington, KY. The event is going down at 4 Seasons (951 Floyd Drive, Ste. 100) and will be headlined by a Super Heavyweight title match-up between Champion James Smith and the only man to beat him, Markeith Gillis. Gillis recently defeated Smith by referee stoppage at KYFC #47. Doors open at 6:30pm and fights start at 8:00pm.

Jimmy Mc always puts on great shows and 4 Seasons is a great venue to have them - if I weren't going to the UFC this weekend, having to choose between this and MMA Big Show would be a tough choice.

Check after the jump for more info on Jimmy Mc's next show from a press release he sent to me yesterday.

From the Press Release:

KYFC #49 will be the largest and most talented group of fighters we have ever put together.This fight will take place on April 25th in Lexington KY at 4 Seasons Gym. This is an AMATEUR fight card. We will have at least 5 TITLES up for grabs. The (Heavyweight)-(205lb.)-185lb.)-(170lb.)-(145lb.) titles will be open to all who have the skill to be a KYFC Champion. We will also have a full under card of fights. This is the most titles we have ever put on one card. We expect fighters from Louisville MMA, The Edge, The Dogs of War, The Dogg Pound, Iron Cobra, 4 Seasons, United Martial Arts, and many others plus several independent fighters. If you would like to fight on this card please call me. I will be taking bios on all fighters who want to fight on this card immediately. So please contact me ASAP. Lic.# (KBWA-M-4312) Jimmy Mc (859)948-5577 or e-mail to (happyapple1@peoplepc.com)(www.kyfight.com ) Kentucky's Oldest Running MMA Promotion.

Looks to be another great event - there's a reason KYFC is KY's longest running MMA promotion; Jimmy knows what he's doing and knows how to put on a good show.



jack said...

can anyone tell me who fought and the winners. I missed this event and want to see if any of the fighters I follow fought. It is hard for this sport to grow in Ky if you can not find out how the athlets do

PreView said...

Jack - thanks for your comment. Unfortunately, for events I'm unable to attend (I was at UFC 96 last weekend, so I couldn't make the KYFC) I can only post results and stuff that are sent to me and I have not yet received anything from the KYFC yet.

I'm going to check the KY Wrestling and Boxing Authority's website to see if they have the results posted there. One way or the other, I'll find something out for you.